A year ago, Nebraska went into the offseason with fingers crossed that Ndamukong Suh would not get injured. It was evident even that that he would be the player Nebraska could least afford to lose. Thankfully, he stayed healthy for fourteen games and made the NU defense arguably the most dominant one in the country. This year, it may not be as clear-cut who the most important Husker will be, but Niles Paul would certainly be on the short list.

Paul led the Huskers in receiving in 2009 by nearly 500 yards over the next most productive receiver. He was big play guy, averaging nearly 20 yards per reception. He tied for the team lead in touchdown receptions with Mike McNeil. He was also the most productive punt return man, as he had over 300 yards more than the next most productive punt...

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